Activities for Everyone

The Comm offers a world of educational, cultural and recreational activities and programs! There is something for everyone, all year round. We offer a variety of activities, including an after school program, preschool, adult fitness classes, an art gallery, educational speakers, a farmers market, film festivals, historical walking tours and galleries, summer day camps, and so many more fun events and programs!

the waverly community house - small works gallery

Small Works Gallery

The Small Works Gallery is used to host galleries and showcase the works of talented artists.

Coming Soon: Zoja Forsberg “Traces of Life”

Kids Activities

With the Comm Kids Preschool, the Comm Kids After School program and the Comm Kids Children’s Center, there is always a fun and safe environment available for children to learn, connect and engage with others.

Waverly Comm Kid's Activities
Comm Archive and Classroom

For the History Buff

The Comm and Waverly Township are full of history! We have lots of fun ways to learn more about our local history. Join us on an interactive walking tour, a stroll through the Special Exhibits Gallery or observe some historic collections in the Comm Archive.


The Destination Freedom: Underground Railroad Walking Tour of Waverly at the Waverly Community House examines the complex history of a small village, centered around its role in the Underground Railroad.

walking tours in waverly
the waverly community house, the gym

Gym Schedule

Check out the link below for open gym, fitness classes and many other activities happening in the gym!

The F. Lammot Belin Arts Scholarship

The F. Lammot Belin Arts Scholarship was established in 1964 by Captain Peter Belin in honor of his father, Ambassador F. Lammot Belin for the stated purpose of providing financial support to emerging artists with roots in northeast Pennsylvania. Since that time, the scholarship has been awarded to over 50 artists in the fine arts, performing arts and literature. The 2023 Scholarship recipient is writer Dr. Margot Douaihy. Dr. Douaihy is a Scranton native and author of three poetry collections and the novel Scorched Grace, the inaugural title of Gillian Flynn Books. Scorched Grace was named New York Times Editors’ Choice, a Best Book of 2023 by Barnes & Noble, Apple Books, and BookPage, and it has been optioned for screen adaptation. Margot was named the Best Author of 2023 by Boston magazine. Applications for the 2024 season are currently being accepted.